At first it was all very daunting when it came to planning the wedding. How was it possible to juggle the busyness at work, the wedding date looming closer and the intention to customize so many things! I wouldn’t deny that the stress and tension did get to me sometimes and often I find an easy target to vent all my frustration on (sorry mister).
Every wedding begins with planning or an enthusiastic bride. Hours is spent poring over wedding magazines, the internet, consulting with family & friends and the occasional opinion from the groom. The objective of it all is to be able to have a wedding uniquely yours.
While I may not have big fancy ideas or a dream wedding (ok, maybe it might have been great to have a full on garden wedding with marquee and the whole works in a weather that is cool and non-humid. I think that’s a stretch!), I definitely wanted to look back at this day and exclaim “I think this is so us!”
I was so excited when the mister agreed to London as part of our honeymoon destination. It’s one of my favourite cities in the whole world!
Simplicity and pure was my inspiration for my bouquet.
I’ve always had a soft spot for polka dots, big ones, medium ones and even tiny ones. It is like second nature to pick up anything with polka dots on them as soon as I enter a shop. This obsession could well be attributed to the years spent in Secondary School in a green polka dotted uniform.
The Amara Sanctuary Glass Pavilion
Most friends I know engaged their florist through the bridal studio who provides the bouquets and corsages for the wedding day. I deviated from that because the bridal studio quoted me something that was way above my budget. After much research, I’ve decided to make my own corsages & boutonnieres.
Photography is an important element for any wedding or major occasion because it captures all emotions and precious memories.